BJP says AAP is going nowhere, making false claims
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kirti Azad on Thursday said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) did not know where they were going and were making false claims.
"I think it is unjust to make false claims to people and there are serious issues coming up against AAP. They made many announcements and people were hopeful," said Azad.
"Binny has revolted against them; those who claimed that they are united are now parting ways.
They don't know where they are going. You can mug up the books and score 100 out of 100 but practically doing things is very difficult," he said.
BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that it is evident that AAP is working with the Congress.
The party keeps saying that they will not let BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi become the PM, which makes it evident that they were with the Congress.
BJP leader R.P Singh said that more people will be exposing AAP in the open now.
"Binny raised his voice earlier also and Mr. Kejriwal claimed that he had no problem. The people of Delhi are frustrated with water scarcity. There will be many more people who will expose Mr. Kejriwal in open now," said Singh.
Disgruntled Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Vinod Binny on Thursday had described Delhi Chief Minister and AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal as an autocrat, and all those luminaries from various sections of society joining the party as opportunists.
The 39-year-old has accused his party for "straying" from AAP's core principles. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has dismissed it saying he was sulking for not getting the chance to contest.
Addressing a news conference here a day after he was refused a ticket to contest this year's general elections by the AAP leadership, Binny also called former IBN7 managing editor Ashutosh an opportunist.
(Posted on 16-01-2014)